The problem seems to have gone away.. somehow.. for some unknown reason.. out of nowhere... I mean that's cool..
So, uh, it's fixed! lmao
I did exactly as you mentioned, and i'm still left with the same result. apche works great! I used that for a while, but now i was looking forward to the speed benefits.
I'll install it on another computer and see how it fairs there.
EDIT: hmm, I installed it on a different machine and it works. That's very odd. I'll have to see what I can do. Thanks for the help Leo!
Well, I had to apply those settings to the default conf file and it worked! You are awesome Leo! However, now I can't seem to get Nginx to serve a webpage. I'm trying to access wordpress here. The address seems correct, but my browser just seems to endlessly try to load the webpage. There are no errors in the log file, so i'm at a loss.
The error that I receive in said file is "12492#10748: *10 access forbidden by rule, client: 192.168.1.93, server: localhost, request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", host: "192.168.1.93""
This leads me to believe that a setting within ngnix is not allowing access. What does this look like to you, Leo?
After installing the full version of Laragon equip with Nginx, I cannot access any of my websites. I simply get a 403 error. I'm running Windows 10 Enterprise and my permissions seem correct. This is a fresh, clean installation.
What additional information can I provide to help? Thanks!
I mean document root. Instead of pointing to the www folder where Laragon is set to, Laragon is pointing to a sub folder in the www folder. Yet Laragon IS set to the www. If I remove that sub folder mentioned before, Laragon then points to the next sub folder. This happened randomly and I have since reinstalled Laragon and that didn't help.
For some reason Laragon keeps pointing to a sub folder in the www folder as the root director when it is clearly set to the folder www. I deleted the sub folder that it was pointing to and restarted Laragon and it just goes to the next sub folder and uses THAT as the root directory.
What information do you need? Apache log file of any sort?
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